Verbotene Gegenstände

A.Prohibited items

Passengers are not allowed to place the following items in their checked baggage or carry them into the passenger cabin; otherwise Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air will refuse to provide transportation services.

I. Firearms and other weapons (including major components), devices capable of firing ammunition (including projectiles and other items) and causing serious personal injury or items that could be mistaken for such devices, mainly including: military guns, official guns, civilian guns, prop guns, firing guns, ball guns, guns outside the country, all kinds of illegally manufactured firearms and simulations of the above items, etc.

II. Dangerous goods, capable of causing serious personal injury or endangering the safety of aircraft and posing a greater danger to the order of transportation, including explosives, gases, flammable liquids, flammable solids, spontaneous combustion substances, substances that release flammable gases in contact with water, oxidizers, organic peroxides, toxic substances, infectious substances, radioactive substances, corrosives and substances and articles not belonging to any of the above categories but dangerous in air transportation. Mainly includes:

  1. Explosive or incendiary substances and devices or items that could be mistaken for such devices (substances), including ammunition, blasting equipment, pyrotechnic products and simulations of the above items.
  2. Compressed and liquefied gases, such as hydrogen, methane, ethane, butane, natural gas, ethylene, propylene, acetylene (dissolved in medium), carbon monoxide, liquefied petroleum gas, freon, oxygen (including liquid oxygen devices), carbon dioxide, water gas, lighter fuel and liquefied gas for lighters.
  3. Spontaneous combustion items, such as yellow phosphorus, white phosphorus, nitrocellulose (including film), oil paper and its products.
  4. Flammable items in contact with moisture, such as metal potassium, sodium, lithium, calcium carbide (calcium carbide), magnesium and aluminum powder.
  5. Flammable liquids, such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel, benzene, ethanol (alcohol), acetone, ether, paints, thinners, rosin oil and products containing flammable solvents.
  6. Flammable solids, such as red phosphorus, flash powder, solid alcohol, celluloid, blowing agent.
  7. Oxidizing agents and organic peroxides such as potassium permanganate, potassium chlorate, sodium peroxide, potassium peroxide, lead peroxide, peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide.
  8. Toxic products, such as cyanide, arsenic, highly toxic pesticides and other highly toxic chemicals.
  9. Corrosive substances, such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, mercury (mercury).
  10. Radioactive materials, such as radioactive isotopes.
  11. Other items that implicitly contain one or more hazardous materials.

III. Control instruments that have the potential to cause personal injury or pose a significant risk to aviation safety and transport order, mainly including control knives, military and police instruments, and other control instruments as stipulated by the state.

IV. Other articles that have the potential to cause personal injury or pose a significant risk to aviation safety and transport order, mainly including

  1. Infectious disease pathogens, such as hepatitis B virus, anthrax bacillus, tuberculosis bacillus, and AIDS virus.
  2. Tinder (including various ignition devices), such as lighters, matches, cigarette lighters, and magnesium rods (flints).
  3. Power banks and lithium batteries with a lithium content of more than 8 grams or a rated energy of more than 160WH (watt-hours) (lithium batteries used in electric wheelchairs are otherwise regulated).
  4. Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol volume percentage exceeding 70%.
  5. Strong magnets, items with a strong, pungent smell or likely to cause panic among passengers, and items of an indeterminate nature with potential danger.

V. Security briefcases, cash boxes, cash bags, and other confidential equipment containing dangerous goods, such as lithium batteries and pyrotechnic devices, are strictly prohibited from being carried on board (except for the confidential equipment that meets the requirements of Article 2.3.2.6 of IATA's Dangerous Goods Regulations).

VI. Irritating or incapacitating devices, such as Mace, pepper spray, etc.

VII. Small gaseous oxygen cylinders (or air cylinders) and liquid oxygen devices for medical use.

VIII. Gun-type electronic dry powder fire extinguisher.

IX. Electroshock weapons (such as Tasers) that contain dangerous goods, such as explosives, compressed gases, and lithium batteries.

X. Matches of any kind (including friction matches and safety matches), lighters (including lighter fuel), and lighters driven by lithium batteries.

XI. Small scooters driven by lithium batteries, such as self-balancing scooters, unicycles, scooters, bicycles, etc., and related accessories.

XII. Self-heating ready-to-eat foods, such as self-heating rice (including instant rice and food heating packs).

XIII. Lithium batteries that may have safety defects, such as discarded lithium batteries, lithium batteries recalled by manufacturers, damaged or swollen lithium batteries, etc. Devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note7, are strictly prohibited in carry-on, checked, or hand baggage.

XIV. Avalanche rescue backpacks.

XV. Wild animals and animals with strange characteristics that may pose a risk, such as snakes, wolfdogs, Tibetan mastiffs, etc., do not fall into the scope of small animals and cannot be transported as baggage, except for those handled in compliance with the pet transportation regulations of Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air.

XVI. Articles that Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air consider unsuitable for transportation for the following reasons: dangerousness, lack of safety, packaging, weight, volume, size, shape, and nature of articles, as well as fragile or perishable articles taking into account the aircraft type, etc.

XVII. Other articles prohibited from transportation as stipulated by national laws, administrative regulations, and rules.

XVIII. Articles that are prohibited from exiting, entering, or transiting the People's Republic of China or the countries they pass through according to the laws of these countries.

B. Common special items:

  1. Items that require personal care should not be checked in or placed in checked baggage. Instead, they should be brought into the cabin as hand baggage. Examples of such items include important documents (contracts and agreements), medications, securities, currency, bills of exchange, jewellery, precious metals and their products, silver products, valuables, antiques, paintings, fragile and perishable items, samples, electronic and digital products, travel documents, medical certificates, X-rays, prescription medications that need to be taken at regular intervals, as well as any other items that require personal attention.
  2. Regarding liquid items, pleaseclick here to view details.
  3. Regarding lithium and rechargeable batteries, please refer to the "Lithium Battery Transportation Service" and "Rechargeable Battery Transportation Service" for detailed information.
  4. Spare batteries (including lithium batteries, nickel-metal hydride batteries and various types of dry batteries) for portable electronic devices, power banks and portable power stations are only permitted in the cabin and are prohibited in checked baggage.
  5. Precision instruments and electrical appliances, such as DVD players, video recorders, televisions, audio equipment, and other similar items, should be transported as cargo. If they are transported as checked baggage, they must be appropriately packaged, and their weight is not included in the free baggage allowance.
  6. The carriage of sports equipment (including starting pistols and their ammunition) as checked baggage requires the prior consent of Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air.
  7. Certain small animals may be transported as checked baggage,Please click hereto view the specific requirements.
  8. Diplomatic bags and confidential documents must be carried by the correspondent or diplomatic courier and handled with care. On request, they can be treated as checked baggage.
  9. Please click here to view the special requirements for folding and electric wheelchairs used by passengers during the flight.
  10. Sharp or blunt objects other than controlled knives such as kitchen knives, dinner knives, fruit knives, craft knives, scalpels and scissors as well as steel files, iron cones, axes, short rods and hammers must be transported in checked baggage.
  11. Certain items that are prohibited but pose little risk to flight safety and are urgently needed for normal use may be accepted as carry-on baggage, provided that an appropriate certificate is issued and the items cannot easily be used to hijack an aircraft. For example, if a limited amount of medical supplies or instruments such as alcohol swabs are required to care for a seriously ill passenger seeking medical treatment at their destination, these can be taken into the cabin with the authorisation of the airport, Hainan Airlines or Grand China Air.
  12. Fruits that emit an unpleasant odour or may disturb other passengers, such as durian and jackfruit, are prohibited from being brought into the cabin. However, they can be placed in checked baggage and securely sealed in cardboard or plastic containers to prevent any odours from escaping.
  13. Carriage of securely packaged UN 0012 1.4S ammunition (intended solely for use in group sports competitions), camping stoves and fuel containers containing flammable liquid fuel, approved security equipment, non-infectious samples packed with minimal flammable liquids, combustion and fuel cell engines, and osmosis devices is strictly prohibited in the cabin. Check-in procedures can only proceed with our approval.
  14. Carriage of securely packaged UN 0012 1.4S ammunition (intended solely for use in group sports competitions) and osmosis devices: Please make necessary preparations beforehand and present the certification/MSDS sheets to the airport personnel as evidence of compliance with our regulations.
  15. Eligible security equipment, chemicals, monitoring devices: Please make necessary preparations beforehand and present the certification/MSDS sheets to the airport personnel as evidence of compliance with our regulations.
  16. Non-infectious samples packed with minimal flammable liquids: Please make necessary preparations beforehand and present to the airport personnel an appraisal report issued by the Health Commission or a medical unit within China at the county or municipal level or at the same level (e.g., national grade 2A) or above, with official seal (including the date of issuance).
  17. Regarding dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) for the preservation of fresh and perishable items, passengers are permitted to carry a maximum of 2.5kg with our approval. The package must have vent poles to release the gas. Meanwhile, dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) cannot be transported alone as carry-on or checked baggage. It must be transported alongside the perishable items.

If you have any questions or feedback, kindly contact the 24-hour booking service hotline of Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air at 95339.

C.Checked Baggage Weight and Size Limitations

Checked in baggage shall be packed, locked or tied securely, be able to bear certain pressure, can be safely loaded or unloaded under normal operations, and must be subject to the following rules:

  1. Travelling cases, bags and handbags shall be locked.
  2. Two or more bags cannot be tied together as one.
  3. No other items can be attached to the baggage.
  4. Bamboo basket, string bag, straw ropes, straw bags and other similar articles cannot be used as a package of baggage.
  5. Baggage with dangerous markings or tags cannot be used. The dangerous markings or tags shall be removed or covered before the baggage can be used.
  6. Sawdust, rice husk or grass items cannot be used as padding in the baggage.

Limits on weight and volume:

  1. Domestic flight: The weight of each checked baggage shall not be less than 2 kilograms and shall not exceed 50 kilograms, and the volume shall be greater than or equal to 5 x 15 x 20cm and less than or equal to 40 x 60 x 100cm. Any baggage exceeding these limitations can be checked only with the consent of Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air.
  2. International/regional flight: A single piece of checked baggage should weigh not less than 2 kilograms (4 pounds) but not more than 32 kilograms (70 pounds), with the sum of the three sides being not less than 40 centimeters (15 inches) but not more than 203 centimeters (80 inches). If a piece is overweight or oversized, the passenger is advised to separate it into another piece of luggage and repackage it. If the piece cannot be split up, please log on to http://www.hnacargo.com/Portal/Default.aspx and contact the cargo division of Hainan Airlines and Grand China Air.

Gemäß den geltenden „Technischen Anweisungen für die sichere Beförderung gefährlicher Güter in der Luft“ der Internationalen Zivilluftfahrtorganisation (ICAO) (gültig für internationale und inländische Flüge) sind folgende Vorschriften für den Transport von Lithiumbatterien im Passagiergepäck zu beachten:

  1. Persönliche elektronische Geräte (Uhren, Taschenrechner, Kameras, Mobiltelefone, Laptop-Computer und Camcorder usw.) mit einem Lithiumgehalt von ≤ 2 g (Lithium-Metall-Batterien) und einer Nennenergie von ≤ 100 Wh (Wattstunden, Lithium-Ionen-Batterien) können im aufgegebenen Gepäck oder Handgepäck transportiert werden. Geräte mit einer Nennenergie der Batterie von mehr als 100 Wh, aber nicht mehr als 160 Wh, können mit Genehmigung von Hainan Airlines und Grand China Air im aufgegebenen Gepäck oder Handgepäck transportiert werden. Wenn die elektronischen Geräte im aufgegebenen Gepäck transportiert werden, sollten sie ordnungsgemäß verpackt werden, um Beschädigungen zu vermeiden. Gleichzeitig müssen die Geräte vollständig ausgeschaltet sein und Maßnahmen ergriffen werden, um ein versehentliches Einschalten zu verhindern.
  2. Lithium-Ersatzbatterien sind im aufgegebenen Gepäck verboten und müssen stattdessen als Handgepäck in der Kabine mitgeführt werden. Lithium-Ersatzbatterien, die im Handgepäck mitgeführt werden, müssen einzeln gegen Kurzschluss geschützt sein. Richtig ist es, jede Batterie in eine kleine Box oder einen Transportbeutel für Lithiumbatterien zu legen. „Powerbanks“ werden als Lithium-Ersatzbatterien betrachtet. Passagiere, die „Powerbanks“ mitführen möchten, müssen die Vorschriften für den Transport von Lithium-Ersatzbatterien beachten. Gleichzeitig ist es verboten, „Powerbanks“ zum Aufladen von Mobiltelefonen oder anderen elektronischen Geräten während des Flugs zu verwenden.
  3. Lithium-Ersatzbatterien für persönliche elektronische Geräte von Passagieren, die einen Lithiumgehalt von ≤2 g oder eine Nennenergie von ≤100 Wh haben, müssen im Handgepäck in die Kabine mitgenommen werden. Lithium-Ersatzbatterien mit einer Nennenergie zwischen 100 Wh und 160 Wh können mit Genehmigung von Hainan Airlines und Grand China im Handgepäck mitgeführt werden. Es sind maximal 2 Lithium-Ersatzbatterien erlaubt.
  4. Rollstühle oder ähnliche Fortbewegungsmittel, die von Lithium-Ionen-Batterien betrieben werden, sowie tragbare medizinische elektronische Geräte und ihre Ersatzbatterien, die von Passagieren zu medizinischen Zwecken mitgeführt werden und Lithium-Metall- oder Lithium-Ionen-Batteriezellen oder -Batterien enthalten, müssen gemäß den Transport- und Verpackungsanforderungen der aktuellen Ausgabe der „Technischen Anweisungen für die sichere Beförderung gefährlicher Güter in der Luft“ und mit Genehmigung von Hainan Airlines und Grand China Air mitgeführt werden. Ersatzbatterien für tragbare medizinische elektronische Geräte mit einer Nennenergie von ≤160 Wh oder einem Lithiumgehalt von ≤ 8 g müssen mit Genehmigung von Hainan Airlines und Grand China Air im Handgepäck mitgeführt werden, und pro Person sind maximal 2 Ersatzbatterien erlaubt.
  5. Lithium-Ersatzbatterien für Rollstühle oder ähnliche Fortbewegungsmittel müssen mit Genehmigung von Hainan Airlines und Grand China Air im Handgepäck mitgeführt werden. Wenn die Nennenergie der Batterie ≤ 160 Wh beträgt, darf jede Person maximal 2 Stück mitführen. Wenn die Nennenergie der Batterie zwischen 160 Wh und 300 Wh beträgt, darf jede Person maximal 1 Stück mitführen.
  6. Samsung Galaxy Note7-Geräte, kleine E-Boards mit Lithium-Ionen-Batterien (wie Einräder, Segways, Hoverboards usw.) und entsprechendes Zubehör dürfen weder im Handgepäck noch im aufgegebenen Gepäck befördert werden.
  7. Tresore, Geldkassetten, Geldtaschen und andere vertrauliche Ausrüstungen, die gefährliche Güter wie Lithiumbatterien und pyrotechnische Gegenstände enthalten, dürfen nicht befördert werden.

Liebe Fluggäste,

Herzlich Willkommen an Bord des Fluges von Hainan Airlines! Wir möchten Sie darüber informieren, dass das chinesische Amt für Zivilluftfahrt für das Mitführen von „Lithium-Metall-Batterien“ in chinesischen Flugzeugen nachfolgende Bestimmungen erlassen hat.

Wir bitten die Passagiere, die „Lithium-Batterien“ mit sich führen, auf die folgenden Bestimmungen zu achten:

Lithium-Metall-Batterien dienen dem Betrieb von Mobiltelefonen und anderen elektronischen Geräten, als eine mobile Stromversorgung und externe Stromquelle.

Entsprechend den aktuellen Regelungen „Technische Richtlinien für Transport von Gefahrgütern“ und „Vorschriften über die Beförderung gefährlicher Güter vom chinesischen Amt für Zivilluftfahrt“ von ICAO sollten sich Passagiere mit tragbaren Ladegeräten an folgenden Bestimmungen halten: 

 

  1. 1. Eine Lithium-Metall-Batterie ist ausschließlich zum persönlichen Gebrauch bestimmt. 

  2. 2. Eine Lithium-Metall-Batterie darf nur im Handgepäck transportiert werden.  Es ist nicht gestattet, eine Lithium-Metall-Batterie im aufgegebenen Gepäck zu transportieren.

  3. 3. Sie können eine Batterie mit der Ladekapazität von nicht mehr als 100 Wh ohne besondere Erlaubnis der Fluggesellschaft mitnehmen. Sollte der Grenzwert von 100 Wh -160Wh überschritten werden, sind Sie verpflichtet eine Genehmigung bei der Fluggesellschaft einzuholen. Jeder Passagier darf nicht mehr als zwei Lithium-Metall-Batterien mitführen.

  4. 4. Es ist unzulässig, eine Lithium-Metall-Batterie mit einer Ladekapazität von mehr als 160Wh, oder ohne eine ausgewiesenen Ladekapazität und nicht gekennzeichneten Parametern, mitzuführen. 

  5. 5. Während des Fluges ist es verboten eine Lithium-Metall-Batterie aufzuladen.

 

Bestimmungen über Ladekapazität einer Lithium-Metall-Batterie:
Wenn auf einer Lithium-Metall-Batterie  keine Angaben über Wh (Wattstunden) stehen, kann die Ladekapazität nach der folgenden Art und Weise berechnet werden: 

  1. 1. Falls die Nennspannung (V) und Nennkapazität(Ah) bekannt sind, kann die Ladekapazität wie folgt berechnet werden:
        Wh = V x Ah   Die Nennspannung und Nennkapazität werden in der Regel auf dem Gerät ausgewiesen. 

  2. 2. Wenn nur Milliampere Stunden (mAh) auf dem Ladegerät ausgewiesen sind, kann dieser Wert durch 1000 geteilt werden, um die Amperestunden (Ah) auszurechnen.

        Zum Beispiel: Nennspannung von 3,7 V, Nennkapazität von 760 mAh, Energiewerten: 760 mAh ÷ 1000 = 0.76Ah

        3.7V × 0.76Ah = 2.9Wh

    I. Tips for Inspection of Powder Articles for Passengers travelling to the United States

      

    Starting from June 30, 2018, the United States has implemented focused inspections on powder articles carried by passengers travelling to the United States. Powder articles with a container volume (single) exceeding 350ml (including) and articles presented in a solid state by compressing powdery materials (such as flour, sugar, coffee, spices, and pastries) cannot be brought into the cabin. If you need to carry such articles, please arrange your trip in advance and check them in at the airport.

      

    The following two types of special powder articles must meet the following requirements if they are to be brought into the cabin.

      

    (1)For powder articles such as medical drugs, infant formula, and cremated remains

      

    Ensure that the packaging is intact and without any signs of damage (including cracks, punctures, etc.). If the packaging is not sealed or displays any signs of damage, ensure that the articles inside the packaging match the description on the packaging.

      

    (2) For powder articles purchased by you at the airport duty-free shops

      

    Ensure that they are sealed in a container or a sealed bag and undergo inspection by airport security personnel.

     

    II. Tips for Inspection of Powder Articles for Outbound Passengers from Australia and New Zealand

      

    Starting from June 30, 2018, Australia and New Zealand have implemented focused inspections on powder articles carried by passengers departing on international flights. Inorganic powder articles with a container volume (single) exceeding 350ml (including) cannot be brought into the cabin. If you need to carry such articles, please arrange your trip in advance and check them in at the airport.

      

    The following two types of special powder articles are exempt from the above regulations. If you need to bring them into the cabin, they must meet the following requirements.

      

    (1) For organic powdery materials, such as medical drugs, infant formula, coffee, protein powder, laxatives (magnesium sulfate), and cremated remains

      

    Ensure that the packaging is intact and without any signs of damage (including cracks, punctures, etc.). If the packaging is not sealed or displays any signs of damage, ensure that the articles inside the packaging match the description on the packaging.

      

    (2) For powder articles purchased by you at the airport duty-free shops

      

    Ensure that they are sealed in a container or a sealed bag and undergo inspection by airport security personnel.